The Council is developing a master plan to help determine the future of Queen Elizabeth II Park and how it will be used. The goal is to make sure the environment and buildings are connected and the area works well for the community.
12 October 2018 update
The draft QEII Park Master Plan is now open for public consultation, so you can have your say on the future of the park and how it will be used by the community.
Consultation closes on 13 December 2018.
A total of $3.4 million in funding has been set aside for the initial park development. All other developments are unfunded and progress will be subject to budget being allocated through future Council Long Term Plans.
Learn more about the project, including all the cool things proposed for visitors of all ages, on Newsline(external link).
Information on the draft plan will be delivered to nearby residents and made available at local libraries, service centres and Taiora QEII Recreation and Sport Centre.
We're also hosting drop-in sessions at Taiora and offering guided walks around the park. Find a time that suits you at Have Your Say.(external link)
A Hearings Panel is due to consider the submissions in February 2019.